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PAX East 2013: Splinter Cell: Blacklist From the Show Floor

DigitalNoob's Laura Mazerall gives her take of Splinter Cell: Blacklist demo from the show floor at PAX East 2013.

"This year at PAX East 2013 Ubisoft is showing a hands off demo for Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist. Fans prowling the show floor may miss it initially as the game has little in the way of flashy banners or even obvious advertisement, something the staff openly apologized for to incoming viewers. However, it is quite appropriately camouflaged under a net. From either side of Blacklist’s booth fans come in to sit on plastic cubes seats, some of which are clear cubes that glow green. You can also watch from the sidelines as the demo is played and talked over by a member of the development team, but then you miss out on the audio while standing outside the booth." (PAX East 2013, PC, PS3, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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